another big fake with the cooperation of the be mag website
starring michael kraft again
i aint believin' until i see that
Originally Posted by sup_bra
He is Catholic
Oh my god,
he just became my favourite rollerblader of all times.
I mean he nailed it so right, he doesn't practice it anymore but has morals from it.
Dude's a complete fucking legend....
damn that was so cool to hear about Matt Adams...I feel like I'm not alone anymore hahahaha
but yeah the Chris Haffey Interview was really enlightening, I was always wondering about that dude.
and as always Michael the shit you right is both interesting and hilarious. hahaha
I wasn't feeling the design of the whole thing that much but the content was fucking radical.Originally Posted by blowakilo
The Matt Andrews interview was unexpected and really cool, but that could just be because I'm really into MoGraph.
Either way, I'd love to see another one with some interesting personalities like that.
Didnt scroll so nice id prefer an web page style more than pdfs i always hated pdfs but that haffey interview was the most interesting thing ive ever read on here i guess.
Since the editors of the print magazine see a lot of potential with what I can do for them, they are letting me run with this.
Give me some honest feedback about what you don't like and what can be improved on, and I will take it into consideration for future issues. If you have no background in design, please use this handy glossary to convey your concerns instead of coming off as ignorant: http://www.grantasticdesigns.com/glossary.html
I didn't want to do this whole thing by myself, but that's how it played out. And in defense of the simple design of the Matt Andrews interview, I just didn't want to take away from his artwork by slapping a bunch of stupid crap around it. He liked it just fine, and I value Matt Andrews opinion of my work a lot. And Chris liked his, and Michael asked me to marry him over his. I am really glad that I could put a be-magger in the spotlight, so I would really like to see some good feedback on his story. Forget the design work if you don't like it, but give Michael some damn credit because I want him to contribute more stories for future issues.
In issue 2, the Chynna interview will be a strictly Detroit made piece. Interview and photos by Al Dolega, layout and design by the Moore brothers.
In issue 3, I will be highlighting the artwork of our very own Dan Lambert, and I am really excited about this. This guy has really progressed with his abilities, and I am so glad that I decided to keep visiting this board because seeing some of Dan's work has motivated me to be able to get to issue 3. And, if anyone can put me in touch with Dante Muse, I'd really like to get an interview with him for issue 3.
I'm kinda surprised that there isn't more hate, so obviously not everyone thinks it's total shit.
I love kids. They're short, highly emotional people who don't know anything. They rely on their creativity and imagination to get by in the world. A world, I might add, filled with giants. Amazing feat.
Cool! I dig ya!
Remember: "It is better to keep your [hands still] and appear stupid than to [respond] and remove all doubt."
<3am really glad that I could put a be-magger in the spotlight, so I would really like to see some good feedback on his story. Forget the design work if you don't like it, but give Michael some damn credit because I want him to contribute more stories for future issues.
I like my layout. The Dinosaur with the guitar was silly, but I liked it because it wasn't "serious." I don't take myself very seriously.
It was a good mag, looking forward the the next issue.
I need to hit up matt for some non-suicide blading in NYC (aka putzing around on a ledge)
Less hating, more skating!
Originally Posted by jesus
I enjoyed to interviews, it's interesting to find out how many socially awkward rollerbladers are out there.
Why isn't this stickied?
Oh, it's already sticky
I had a dream about you a few nights ago. We were skating and you told me I'd been doing royales wrong my whole life. It was a bummer.